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who have been labour in the past said i do not think you're standing up for us and up. i think politicians are all the same. on the big issues people are caring about, jobs, housing, university finance, we're going to stand up for you. it is no surprise that people did not turn out for us. we have to get back on people's side. labour will reduce the housing lines. >> across the south of england, we've not address the problem of housing. it is a big failure of our government. they could get rid down and make away in the war. labour, we had become dangerously disconnected from ordinary people. they look for times that we're on the side of big business, not ordinary people. we are not standing up for our principles. we need to rebuild labour from the bottom up. >> i think it for you do as a member of the european parliament. we have to be a party for every part of this country. the way we've when support is recognizing that labour is right to say that. we have to have the courage to change. on a whole series of policies, on tuition fees, on issues like civil liberties. if we have
alinsky." thank you very much for joining us. >> thank you. [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2010] >> tonight on prime minister's questions, deputy prime minister nick clegg stands in former prime minister david cameron. engines questions on government loans and unemployment benefits. after that, we turn to u.s. politics and a new hampshire wrote republican senate primary debate. then, a discussion on the latest underemployment rates. on "q&a," an interview of nicholas von hoffman. >> monday, the u.s. senate impeachment trial hearing begins for the prosecution of u.s. district court judge thomas porteous. proceedings will last year out the week. watch live proceedings starting at 8:00 a.m. eastern on c-span2. >> monday, a discussion about ending world hunger with reverend david beckham, named a world food prize laureate in june. >> the bottom line is that we need our borders secured. we cannot afford illegal immigration. >> it does hurt us. it has heard arizonas economist -- economy severely. >> with the midterm el
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